Interior rooms were given sculptural forms so they appear as objects in a larger space.
Interior wating area is located to allow indirect light from the exterior to fill the space.
Corridors walls create rhythm and allow natural light to filter through from the exterior.
Corner office was arranged to showcase views out toward the community in which it serves.
Light shelves create indirect illumination and bounce natural light around rooms helping reduce glare.
Interior rooms were given sculptural forms so they appear as objects in a larger space.
Transparent office partitions include various textured glass panels.

Proposed Projects

Architect of Record: KRIKOR Architecture

Designer + Project Architect: Gregory Mason


Location: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

                 Teton County


Gary Bennett State Farm Insurance Agency has proven to be one of the leaders in the nation.  When I was contacted to design their new offices it was clear it had to be a flagship project to showcase their celebrated success.


Every detail of the design revolved around driving natural light from the buildings exterior deep into the interior spaces without creating hot spots or glare.  Indirect light shelves were designed to bounce artificial and natural light around creating uniform illumination.


Interior spaces were designed to take on a sculptural form and not go up to the ceiling.  This helped them feel like objects in a larger more open space while still giving them their required semi-private function.

Challenge each other to uncover solutions that exceed expectations. Invention can arise from a unique inner vision.


Building materials define the character of spaces.  Stone, wood, metal and glass can be used in an honest way that does not try to replicate or imitate.


Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council for the LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.  Bring practical stewardship ideas into every conversation. This always begins with a dialogue about conservation.


ON TIME : ON BUDGET and an efficient path through the planning approval process are common practice for KRIKOR Architecture.  More than these efficiencies are required to make your project a success.

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